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lemonade stand raising thousands for a special organization. we'll introduce you to gabriella, one of chicago's very own. a new [ female announcer ] today, jason is here to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve have the strength to keep back pain away all day. today, jason chose aleve. just two pills for all day pain relief. try aleve d for strong all day long sinus and headache relief. at just 12 years old a young girl in highland park is putting most fundraisers to shame. to date, she's raised close to 25 thousand dollars for a suburban theraepeutic horseback riding program. a program near and dear to her heart. we caught up with gabriella cooperman last fall when the weather was perfect for her 7th annual cookies for charity fundraiser. its a lemondade stand on steroids. >>on t
cold air coming and we will talk about that more in the seventh day. still ahead one lemonade stand raising thousands for a special organization. i had a lot more energy in our second debate. a look back at some of the lighter moments of president obama is first term. onwiouem nt f [ washer and dryer sounds ] for the things you can't wash, freshen them with febreze. ♪ ♪ because febreze doesn't just cover up odors... it penetrates deep into fabrics to eliminate odors and leaves a light fresh scent. just another way febreze helps you breathe happy. at just 12 years old and young girl in highland park is putting fund-raisers to shame because she has raised close to $25,000 for a suburban therapeutic horseback riding program it program near and dear to her heart. it's a lemonade stand on steroids... on this warm september afternoon last year gabrielle of with her best friends at her side held for seven cookies for charity at a corner in highland park. it's not your typical lemonade stand. that is when the cookies for charity came about. how long did it take you
serves up lemonade with rookie redskins running back alfred morris and jc hayward goes one on one with cbs this morning's gayle king. >> but first kristin fisher joins us live from new orleans where the super bowl halftime performer beyonce had a thing or two to say to all you folks who have been giving her a tough time about lip syncing the star spangled banner at president obama's banner or should we say she had something to sing. >> reporter: oh, she put on quite the show and, you know, forget about the players. today was all about beyonce and everybody was wondering how is she going to address lip syncing during the inauguration. it was something that everybody was talking about. well, beyonce being beyonce, she didn't just address it. she walks up on stage, asks everybody to stand up and then she sings it acappella. ♪ and the rocket's red glare the bombs bursting in air gave proof through the night that our flag was still there ♪ oh say does that star spangled ♪ >> reporter: flawless. as soon as she finished she smiled and said any questionses if to say do you really
. >> lemonade? expecting company? >> the land lower. >> you think lemonade will help? as soon as you know something -- >> sitcom on american television. it was called the goldbergs. it aired for the first time back in 1949. while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. celebrex can be taken with or without food. and it's not a narcotic. you and your doctor should balance the benefits with the risks. all prescription nsaids, like celebrex, ibuprofen, naproxen and meloxicam have the same cardiovascular warning. they all may increase the chance of heart attack or stroke, which can lead to death. this chance increases if you have heart disease or risk factors such as high blood pressu
all over his body so he can suck the water right into his mouth. if i had that, i'd pour lemonade on my back all day. (laughing) oh boy. from the sun's location we have about three hours before it gets dark, so we have to keep heading east, the opposite direction that the sun sets. and learn more about survival in the great australian outback. we'll try to make you proud, spinester. see ya! (blowing nose) when i feel sick black balloons always have a way of lifting my spirits. ah... ah... ah-choo! and coming to australia to get some eucalyptus tea should make zachy all better. what's this? i said tea not tree! what am i supposed to do with this? ah! ah... ah... ah-choo! what's this fuzzy thing in here? get rid of it, zach-bots. can't you do anything without being programmed? just attach the fuzzy thing to a few helium balloons and send it sailing, will you? see ya, fuzz head! and next time you sneak into my jet-- ah... ah... ah-choo! you'll bring me some eucalyptus t-tea! hey, where's that shadow coming from? are you seeing what i'm seeing?
lemonade. when life turns out a little sour. barbara walters with a little girl she's been following for years. she's like most little girls who can't wait to grow up. >> boobs. >> except for one thing, hi, i'm jazz. i'm 11 years old. i was born a boy, but i'm a girl. >> she's come a long ways since you first met her. >> why was the little girl crying? >> because she wants to wear the dress to school. >> is the little girl you? >> but how much further does she have to go? what about boys and dating? >> what are you going to say? >> duh. >> you know that there are peop w
. >> we have 30 seconds. >> we have a little fresh lemonade, fresh mint, keep it local rei. don't have to do much to it. >> i know it would go well with some dishes that j.c. hayward has had. she's going to tell us how she spent her day. >> do i hear my name being called? today, i went to another restaurant that is in the brennan family and the garden district. i'm going to take you there right now. >> when you come to new orleans and you want the very best, you have to come to the palace. the restaurant is 133 years old and chef torre has been working off and on in this restaurant ever since he was 17 years old. the menu changes, but there's some things that stay on the menu. you can get turtle soup. you can always get that bread pudding souffle and you can always get my favorite, gumbo. and today he's going to make shrimp gumbo for me. >> we have oysters, we'll lay these down. okay. it doesn't have to be really expensive. a quick shot of brandy. >> wow. >> take it up. that's how we do it down here in new orleans. >> uh-huh. >> we'll do to finish this dish, we'll add a little
running back. i joined him today while we were selling some lemonade with kids from junior achievement. we had a lot of fun, but i couldn't let him go without asking how the rehab is on rg3 and he had some good news. >> he's doing good. he's pushing as far as they'll let him. if it was up to him, he'd push a lot harder. he's recovering. i have no doubt he'll be on the field just the type of person robert is and his work ethic and love and passion of the game. i don't think it's going to keep him off the field next season. he's going to be back. >> reporter: and the redskins are cashing in on a great year. they raised the price of general admission tickets by about 10% and the price of parking for the first time in seven years. however, they say their tickets remain one of the most affordable in their division, but the redskins are only one of four teams in the nfc east, so it's all relative. that will do it for us live from new orleans. i'm kristen berset, outside the super bowl, back to you. >> we're getting close. >> we've gotten a lot of blitz and grit today. >>snow? >> light -- glitz
. >>> this is a individual grow brazil that proves when life gives you lemons you make lemonade. at a retail store right before the holidays. all the merchandise decorated really nice, except -- >> what? >> a group of teens have a completely different plan for this retail store. >> ah. disrespected that mannequin right off the bat. >> all kind of guys come in and basically clean out the store. >> they wiped that store out. >> yeah, they did. they got everything. >> believe it or not, the store that got this video is using it as a commercial say, don't come and steal. just come and take advantage of the sales. >>> firefighter chris duncan in convince, mississippi, had a helmet cam on during a daring rescue. you see him coming up on the scene of a house fire, and that thing looks fully involved. according to the firefighters, there was baby in the house when the house caught fire. the father threw the baby out the window to rescuers, but he was still inside. there was only one room in this house that was not on fire. there you can see them busting out the windows, black smoke billowing out and then they m
like a cranberry. but it has a little protein on it, that makes the lemons taste as sweet as lemonade. let me give you a demonstration here. >> it's safe and healthy, right? >> it's completely safe. right here, what i want you to do is take that lemon and squeeze it into your seltzer water. this is just seltzer water. throw two in there. >> i like lemon water. i can make it really sour. that's probably really sour. >> give that a sip. you know, what does it taste like? >> lemon water. i like it. but it's good. very sour. >> i need you to take this powder and put it on your tongue. >> hold it on my tongue? >> yep. right now, that little protein in the berry is latching on to your sour taste receptors and it's going to block it. sour foods will taste sweet. you can support us with the kick-starter campaign. when you dive right back into that soda water, it's going to taste as sweet as lemonade, void of sugar. >> uh-huh. >> and typically -- and so, we're actually going to try all these other desserts after this, which use sour things to replace sugar. >> okay. here i go. okay. it does ta
a lemonade stand outside your office to sell lemonade. i couldn't get legal permission. it would have taken me two months to get it. >> bill: so you agree with me that the more laws the government passes, state, locals, feds, the less freedom the individual has, right? that's the bottom line on this. >> we stay poor. this is is why we haven't recovered from this recession. >> bill: i believe that california leads the league in craziness. i mean -- >> -- i agree. >> bill: i have written my newspaper column which will be out at the end of the week on this. they go right down the line. you can't now put a boat in fresh water in california unless you pay a certain fee because of the invasion of the muscles. did you know that? >> i know it now. >> there is giant mussels. >> fee is less than $10 probably cost 20 to collect it. >> bill: don't put the boat in the salt sea no that's salt. fresh water you have got to pay a separate fee to get the mussels out of there. >> create a new industry. >> bill: that's a law. >> that's a law. if you go bankrupt you have now new writes to keep the tools of your
are subtracted. i like to explain it as a lemonade stand. the cost of goods sold easy to understand. the lemons and, yeah, you add some sugar. you figure out how much those cost, subtract from what you charge, you have your gross margin. there are plenty of other things that go into it. we can't have the cost of the table, time to make the sign, number of people behind the stand, the labor equipment if you paid someone besides yourself and same thing for publicly traded businesses. we try to figure out the cost of goods sold, whether they're going up or down, that's the inflation and deflation component and how much the labor costs, very important in a rising salary environment and how much leverage there is meaning if you have all of the labor and costs accounted for how much business can you do? the one that i always like to think, there is not a lemonade stand but it is well known, chipotle. chipotle has fabulous gross margins in each store. they have labor and food and customers. the more customers they can serve per hour, the more leverage they have. the key to the gross margin are the cos
lemonade. the key lime also have the prickly pear topping. check it out www.kron4.com in oakland, kron 4, kron 4. >> the grand opening for bolt will be tomorrow and will be-for both-tomorrow and oakland's "restaurant week" 30's in fairfield here is a look at futurecast. 30's and we could seek 30's and '40's again tomorrow. slightly warmer conditions into the afternoon. your weekend forecast, coming up. >> coming up, this is one of those only in san francisco where naked protesters are standing outside the federal building. in the next edition of people behaving badlynow for today's market >> know for today's market update. stocks make big gains after strong reports on the housing market and now unemployment claims. all optimistic about the on wall street. the dow soared 84-points to close just shy of 13- thousand-600. the nasdaq jumped up 18- points. and the s-and-p-500 gained eight points. to close at another five-year high. >> the days of being forced to withdraw 20 dollars from an a-t-m are coming to an end for some customers. a-t-m's capable of dispensing one- and five- dollar bills.
. as usual i see lemonade. what is recession babies if not a saturday morning cartoon show waiting to happen? can you imagine cute little infants wearing barrels with suspenders and long bread lines up to tom foolery? our dreams have turned to poo, recessions we are coming to mug you. that is the show. >> i can hear the theme song. >> ♪ recession babies >> i like it. is there going to be a wee doug? >> yes. >> a wee doug? what is that? >> an animal, a mammal. >> the one word i loved in this that we should bring back is delinquent. when i think of a school do link wept -- do link went i think of the puppet in "pee wee's play house" leather jackets cuffs on the jeans. you never know what they will do next because they never show you in tv what the delinquent does other than push you, and then they go to a commercial break. >> they go out and smoke. >> they go out and the smoke, that's right. >> they are truants. is that a crime? all i see when i walk around the streets is teenagers lounging about. is truancy legal? >> there used to be a truancy officer. >> what happened to him? >> are there
love that strawberry lemonade. that menu is huge. thank god for those pitchers. >> i am the new assistant to mr. brian talon. daddy, my dreams are coming true. >> dreams don't pay no bills. >> neither do you, you dummy. >> you won't make it out there. >> this is so fun to watch you. it must have been fun to do. >> i was so excited when i got the script for me to play the characters. i called up a few friends who've done that same thing before like tyler. and i was excited. >> tyler perry. >> i was excited to do that. >> you're also on the cover, right? of "ebony" magazine, money and power. >> look at you. >> pretty big stuff. some people were not happy with that. why do you think that is? >> well, i did some interviews, and i talked about -- i just -- my personal thoughts are i felt like i got a lot of flak from my own community, meaning the african-american community. i feel like we don't support each other the way that we should. i feel like i deserve to be on that cover more than anybody else. i am an african-american who crossed over to primetime, which is not easy to do, an
to sleep, the put soda, coffee, lemonade, or sugar water in the baby bottle. both pepsi and coca-cola have pledged to stop marketing directly to kids. but their products and other snack foods are as popular as ever. >> ( translated ): whenever i got shopping, she says mommy, bring me sweets, bring me candy, and she starts to cry if i don't bring it. i tell her, they're not good for you. but, i always give her candy always. >> reporter: for parents here, prevention is a big part of dealing with the american diet. but like moms everywhere know, it can be hard to say no to your kids. >> woodruff: again, the major developments of the day: the 113th congress was sworn in -- facing the prospect of major new fights over fiscal policy. and the state department announced that secretary of state hillary clinton will return to work next week. she's recovering from a blood clot in her head. get to know more about the new faces of capitol hill. we have some facts and figures about the freshman class. hari sreenivasan has more. >> sreenivasan: meet the newest members of the house and senate, making up t
this was silly and said no and took the best but said he wouldn't win and he did. they shared their lemonade and they both had a tradition and he was a man whose intuition was superb to be if he could recognize potential and he liked this horse. there was something about him. he told the trainer to look at him and he bought him. >> the headbutt. >> they went back to look at the horse and they recognized him from having seen him early in his career. he liked the personality of the horse. he had lost and lost and lost. but there was something about him he liked. he brought charles howard over to the barn area and said you better look at him. the horse gave him a big headbutt. >> there are -- i think personally there are probably three climaxes' to this book. war data model and brand and frankly how you piece together almost how you put the and to get their. we certainly don't have enough time. those of you that haven't read the book if there are any of you that haven't read the book yet, don't want to give it away but i do want to talk about the match race which after reading your book and stu
in gatorade orange and lemonade. it's used to keep the flavor evenly distributed. >> okay, if you had the flu, you know it's no joke. the influenza now rampant across most of the u.s., many people are taking extra precautions. the same measures might not protect you from another highly contagious illness. it's called the norovirusering also known as the stomach bug. lisa sylvester has more on the new strain that is spreading fast. >> reporter: the noro virus, you might have heard of it before. there have been several major outbreaks on cruise ships in recent years. the norovirus in lehmann's terms is a stomach bug. we're at the height of a new season with a new strain. it is spread through food or drink that has been contaminated. you can also get it if you touch a contaminated surface and put your hand to your mouth. symptoms include abdominal cramps, vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, fatigue, hits you all of a sudden. >> very contagious. multiple epidemics of it. other than cleaning the area, there's not a whole lot people can do about it. >> the noro virus is so dangerous because it's so hardy.
you lemons, make lemonade. what if it gives you snow? here's a guy who knows what to do about it. build yourself a snowman. this is a bit of tradition in the town of champion and n western new york. vern skoville uses mats for a hat, tire for buttons, a traffic cone for a nose and he had heavy machinery to move the snow around. about 30 local towns people pitched in to build this gigantic snowman. >> i got a crawler and two tractors that are loading the dump trailers and a hay elevator we modified up to take the snow better. >> i'm sweating pretty hard right now i can tell you. >> yeah, every year, vern has the knack of making thing bigger and better of year. >> he's frosty the snowman and he's got a second purpose as well. people who stop to take photos with him are encouraged to bring along a canned food item. vern says he's collected more than 65-pound of food to go to a local pantry once the snow melts away. >> i didn't know he could hold a tune. >> that's one big portly frosty there. >>> still ahead breaking down this weekend's big game between the redskins and seahawks. >>
has done a great job. he made lemonade out of lemons, getting the tax, shielding up to 450 in taxes was a huge victory. it saved maybe a couple thousand taxpayers. it put a lot of moneinto the economy and put a lot of hands out of the money of the u.s. government that would do nothing than waste it, but even better he bifurcated this thing. now the spending part is coming up in february. that favors republicans. i think boehner is on the upswing. >> a lot of the pundits noticing a trend with president obama saying maybe he can't work with people that don't agree with him, the proof being here that long time statesman joe biden had to step in to broker this deal. that doesn't bode well for two months from now and two years from now. >> i think basically john boehner couldn't control the right wing of his credit. i will give him credit for bringing up a bill that the majority of his caucus opposed. this was a clear victory for president obama, no question. in two months it's going to be a difficult fight. i think jack is right. hopefully they'll be responsive on the other side. some o
: yeah, we're going to make lemonade. boy: our--our hands are going to be cold. hendrick: flexible schedules let us capitalize on those wonderful teachable moments that arise when children discover something unplanned that interests them. they allow us to extend or shorten a play period so the children gain maximum satisfaction from what they're doing. another variation to a routine might be if it's 9:30, and they haven't finished an art project or something, then it would be important to let them finish it up. and play it by ear. if it's 9:30, oh, that's ok. we can start snack in 10 more minutes. just because it's 9:30, snack doesn't have to begin right then and there. the children need time to get finished with what they've been doing, and a little bit of warning needs to be given to them, and then move on. so a routine is real important, but the time schedule should be flexible so that they have that time in the middle for flexibility. ♪ if you're happy and you know it, stamp your feet ♪ hendrick: in creating our schedules, it's so important to provide a healthy balance for
lemonade. >> and i like those glasses. >> $180 to $250. that's the price. >> i think i'm going to order some. >> we'll be back, everybody. some. >> we'll be back, everybody. ñay with us. ♪ >>> who can forget that? the motown 25 anniversary show back in '93. an incredible performance that night. michael jackson unveiling the moonwalk. >> and we all practiced it, didn't we? >> who didn't? >> but jackson lip-synced the entire song. >> oh, man. >> yes. and now another electrifying performance is under fire. beyonce may have lip-synced the "star spangled banner" and the president's inauguration. abc's david wright has this story. ♪ and the rocket's red glare >> reporter: right down to that dramatic flourish with the ear piece, her performance was picture perfect. but was she just acting? earlier the marine corps band confirmed they were just pretending to play their instruments and said flat out beyonce was lip-syncing. a band spokesman told abc news we do not know why she decided to go with the prerecorded music at the last minute. on the platform, her fellow performers, who did their
the chef who's trying to do it this year. >>> plus, when life hands you lemons, make lemonade, and when it hands you frozen ponds, play hockey. we'll show you why 2,000 people showed up in minneapolis with sticks in hand. >>> first it's time to show you this morning's headlines. "the san francisco chronicle" shows major gun legislature will be introduced in congress. dianne feinstein and several others will introduce a ban on assault weapons and also ban high-capacity clips. >>> they're near a deal to limit the filibuster. many claimant the filibuster rule for causing gridlock. the new rule would force the majority to gather together to 60 votes to bring a vote. >>> the "detroit free press" sasay says union membership is down nationwide. it's driven by the loss of unionized work teachers and federal workers and more states are adopting the right to work laws. >>> the pittsburgh "post-gazette" says doctors are doing a better job. the american college of obstetricians and gynecologists say it's not uncommon for abusive men to sabotage women's birth control. >>> the righting paid tribute t
glass of lemonade. when you squeeze it into a swimming pool, what do you have? >> i want to move to your field. coins that have value, and can we put on the screen a coin, look at that, a beautiful thing, you don't get a very good sense of it, but it's on the screen. that's worth what, this is a million bucks? >> the current bid, offered by stacks-bowers, in an auction that's going to take place tonight. the current bid 2.2 million dollars. and this is no ordinary coin. this is the very first style of silver dollar made for the united states. it's a way for the country to announce its independence and own identity. stuart: ladies and gentlemen, now he's got some passion, look at him go, all right. 2 million bucks and was it, was that coin held by george washington? >> very possibly. stuart: in good shape. >> it's the finest note. the very, very top condition. this is like the finest of the first of the most exciting historical pieces that you could have for a numismatic item. this is something that someone will buy for millions of dollars and they will hold it for years, it's not a short
, lemonade and the powder form of glacier freeze. it's not being removed from all of pepsi's brands. currently you can find bvo in regular and diet mountain dew and including coca-cola's powerade, as well. carol? >> wow. well, at least it's the first step, huh? alison kosik, live at the new york stock exchange. >>> run away snowmobile. it wasn't even an official x game event but this 450-pound sled did get away during the final night of the game. wow.av diabetes... your doctor will say get smart about your weight. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with carbs that digest slowly to help minimize blood sugar spikes. [ male announcer ] glucerna hunger smart. a smart way to help manage hunger and diabetes. >>> 45 minutes past the hour. time to check our top stories. late january in minnesota and even winter natives had a tough time dealing with these wintry, slushy, icy roads. road crews were in the highways. for a lot of cars that came too late. today there's sporting crumpled fenders and it was foggy, too, this morning. wow. >>> as investigators lo
. so, how does dupont take that and kind of make lemonade lemons in that situation? >> good morning. it's really great to join you this morning. you know, uncertainty was the watch word for 2012. and although we saw some bright spots coming through the fourth quarter, you know, 2013 i think is setting up to be a cautious year. the question is, how will the u.s. economy respond? we've taken good steps around the debt, but the deficit has to be dealt with. and it needs to be dealt with in a matter of months. you know, how is china going to come through, not only lunar new year but the final changes in their government? you know, i think the economy's going to strengthen as the year goes on. but i think the first half is going to be -- there are a lot of question marks out there that we all have to deal with. from dupont perspective, we're well positioned in agriculture. we're coming out of a strong latin america season. year over year our ag segment revenues were up 18% and we're setting up very stockly for the north american season in 2013. nutrition and health, industrial biosciences, g
production. so what do you do with all those lemons? well, you make lemonade, of course, but with a twist. the dictionary describes lemons simply as a yellowish, acid fruit of a subtropical citrus tree. but for ryan seng of grange bar and restaurant in downtown sacramento, lemons are oh, so much more. >> it's one of those staples. it's one of those foundations of a decent bar is they use a lot of lemons. even--you'll see, you know, you're making limoncello or some kind of infusion in the back. you'll use just the rind, or you're making a syrup with it. but then, you have the lemon leftovers. you can juice it so you get 2 uses out of it. >> they are the main ingredient for several of his specialty drinks on the menu, including a pink lemon margarita. but he's not alone in adding a little zest to his menu. over at rick's dessert diner in sacramento, you know right away this place is special. from the funky exterior to the gigantic cakes that greet u when you walk in, this place is a hit. >> well, we come about once a week, and it's just the freshest desserts. everything is so good here. we
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